The Annual ACM Southeast Conference
Kennesaw State University
College of Computing and Software Engineering
Continuing Education Center off I-75.
Atlanta, GA, U.S.A
April 18th (Thursday Workshops), Fri 19th, Sat 20th, 2019
Call for Paper and Participation http://ccse.kennesaw.edu/acmse-2019/index.php<https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fccse.kennesaw.edu%2Facmse-2019%2Findex.php&data=02%7C01%7C%7C103e4d8ef36a489f0d4c08d62fed64e0%7C515ad73d8d5e4169895c9789dc742a70%7C0%7C0%7C636749093983029346&sdata=x7hSmuvPd667PrhhHS9orKBY3g%2FrNK6VQIixGYATmeA%3D&reserved=0>
The oldest annual conference of the ACM invites papers in all areas of Computer Science in addition to tracks in special themed areas:
* Big Data, Data Mining, HPC, and Machine Learning
* Internet of Things, Cloud Computing
* Game Design, Development and Innovative Computing
* Mobile Computing and Communication
* Software Engineering
* Information Technology, Information Systems
* Computing Education
* AI and Computational Intelligence
* Blockchain and Smart Contract Engineering
ACM SouthEast provides an excellent forum for faculty, students, industry practitioners, and researchers to present their research in a friendly and dynamic atmosphere. Manuscript review will be "double-blind" where manuscripts will be submitted lacking author(s) names and affiliations. All accepted papers will be published in the ACMSE proceedings. At least one author of every accepted manuscript must register to attend the conference and present his/her article. Failure to do so will result in exclusion from the conference proceedings. Submissions should follow the ACM conference format at http://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template.
Regular papers up to 8 single spaced pages in length. An acceptance rate of approximately 35% is anticipated for the Regular Paper category. Declined manuscripts may be submitted for consideration as short-papers or "works in progress". Awards for best regular papers in various categories will be presented.
Short-Papers or "works in progress" not to exceed 4 pages. An acceptance rate is targeted at 45% for this category. Accepted short-papers will be published in the proceedings.
Fast Abstract Symposium The Fast Abstract symposium seeks to bring together students, faculty, and researchers working in computer software and applications and related fields. A Fast Abstract is a lightly reviewed, two-page article that may be presenting new ideas or work in progress, or opinions that address any issue relevant to computer software and applications and related fields. We also welcome contributions that may have thought provoking ideas based on theory or application or development experience, and may have initial or proof of concept results. The presenter will have the opportunity to discuss their research idea, methodology, and results with other peer researchers and receive useful guidance and feedback to refine their ideas or towards the completion of the research and potential initiation of research careers. Acceptance rate target is 55%.
Faculty and Student Posters authored by faculty or graduate and undergraduate students. Poster proposals must be submitted as an extended abstract not to exceed three pages including the sections of Problem and Motivation, Background and Related Work, Approach and Uniqueness and Results and Contributions. Awards for best student short-papers/posters will be presented. A one-page abstract will be published in the proceedings. Acceptance rate target is 65%.
Tutorials/Workshops covering introductory or advanced topics. Proposals for workshops should include a title, abstract, statement of purpose, objectives, prerequisites, intended audience, duration (1½ or 3 hours), materials needed (including lab space) and resources to be handed out. Proposals are not to exceed 2 pages.
Panels presenting multiple perspectives on a specific topic. Panel submissions must not exceed two pages and should list panelists and their affiliations and include a description of the topic with brief position statements from the panelists. A minimum of 4 participants, including the moderator is suggested.
Graduate Research Symposium The goal of the ACMSE Graduate Research Symposium is to create a forum for graduate students working on all areas in computer science with an opportunity to present and discuss their research with senior researchers of the ACMSE community in a constructive and friendly atmosphere. Experts in ACMSE will provide students with feedback on their research, allowing students to ask questions about how they can overcome obstacles or enhance their current research proposals. Student submissions must outline a research topic with a suitable research plan. Students should have a year or more remaining in their research program in order to incorporate the feedback obtained during the symposium into their dissertations.
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Conference proceedings will include regular papers, short-papers, fast abstracts and abstracts of faculty and student posters, workshops/tutorials and panels, and will be distributed to conference attendees on USB drives. The conference proceedings will be published in the ACM Digital library. At least one author of every accepted manuscript must register to attend the conference and present his/her article in order to be included in the proceedings.
Submission and Deadline Information: All submissions (double blind) must be submitted electronically as either a Microsoft Word document or an Adobe PDF file using EasyChair (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acmse2019):
Abstract Submission Due Date: 12/1/2018
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Notification to Authors:
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ACMSE 2019 Registration
Early Registration by 2/28/2019
ACMSE 2019 will be held on Conference and Continuing Education Center of Kennesaw State University near the intersection of I-75 and Chastain Road. The area offers a variety of historic and recreational sites including the historic Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park, the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History, Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona. Other nearby attractions include the Marietta History Museum, the Marietta National Military Cemetery, Red Top Mountain State Park and the "Gone With the Wind" Museum. Metro Atlanta provides a wide array of activities as well from historical sites and centers to major sporting events and other attractions including Underground Atlanta, Stone Mountain, the World of Coca Cola, the Georgia Dome, CNN Center, the Atlanta Aquarium, Centennial Park the MLK Center and the Atlanta Zoo.
Local Tours: The conference will organize an optional local Atlanta downtown tour for participants. The tour includes see historic landmarks like MLK Memorial Site & Fox Theatre, Stunning Swan House mansion & Margaret Mitchell House, Time to explore the BeltLine city redevelopment project, and Downtown Atlanta with sights of CNN Center & Centennial Park. Interested conference participants will pay $70 per person in the registration.
ACMSE 2019 is hosted by the College of Computing and Software Engineering at Kennesaw State University. The college offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in diverse areas of computing.